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The brand-new Magnum is a great looking car that will get your neighbors talking as you rumble around the block. The distinct styling of the Magnum will likewise draw in gawkers in the type of 18-22 year old people pointing for their pals to “check that out”. And a few people will approach you as you are filling the gas tank to ask, “Does it actually have a Hemi?”, with only a vague notion that it in some way makes the car better. The Magnum is used with several engine sizes (either a 6-cylinder or 8-cylinder) with your choice of horse power output of 190, 250, 340 and 425. The cost of the car likewise corresponds with the engine size starting at $30,345 to the expensive STR-8 design for $37,320. A huge part of the mystique around this car is the Hemi engine. The Hemi is short for hemispherical combustion chamber, which develops more efficient fuel burning and allows bigger valves for better airflow. Generally, it produces more power than an engine with its displacement would normally produce. (There are likewise downsides to the Hemi, which is why it isn’t really the only engine that Chrysler produces). The interior of the car looks far more expensive than you ‘d expect for the cost of the Magnum. Since Mercedes bought Chrysler, the Dodge cars I’ve sampled have had a sharp improvement in interior quality. While on the roadway, the car is very strong and the seats are comfy even on long highway runs. As much as I like the looks, after driving it a while I actually have to question the design principle that the Magnum deals. It is a station wagon constructed to carry a lot of people and a lot of stuff. However mating this with an effective engine with the taught racing-like suspension is uneasy for both. It resembles having a Corvette tow a little trailer, and you remain in the trailer and the Corvette chauffeur is 15 years-old, pressing the car to its limits. (Only a real Corvette has a far more comfy suspension than the Magnum). Even driving on smooth roads, the steering is very darty and hard to manage. And with a large car, all that weaving and roadway feedback is overemphasized for the travelers and everything you’ve kept in the back. I like having a navigation system, but figuring out ways to utilize it with the steering wheel controls made me frequently refer to the user’s handbook. In spite of the high horse power and low-end torque I had fun with when starting from a complete stop, the RT design I owned averaged 20 MPG on the higway. Exactly what I presume to be the target audience for this car, those 18-22 year-old people that I pointed out, will probably like this car. And as much as I like driving cars, the darty steering and sharp suspension make it too uneasy with no incredible benefit. The 0-60 sprint is fun for a little while, but I ‘d hand down purchasing a Magnum as a day-to-day driving car.